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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury lawyer in Tadley

    Personal Injury Solicitors in Tadley

    There are a lot of claims that people make for injuries that they have sustained in businesses like retail stores. But there are things that the storeowners can do to help ensure that their customers are happy and that they stay safe while they are shopping there. Below are some of the things that can cause injuries to customers and that can be remedied when the store owner takes proper care of their business.

    Not enough lighting outside can lead to someone needing an injury lawyer Tadley


    One of the things that could lead to an accident outside such as a trip and fall or some other kind of injury is inadequate lighting outdoors. This can lead to people tripping over the curbs, falling on the steps or not noticing hazards in the side-walk or the car park. It’s the responsibility of a business to make sure that there’s enough lighting outside so that people stay safe. Proper lighting also helps to deter thieves and other people that may be wishing ill on the business.


    Inadequately maintained car parks can lead to someone needing an injury lawyer Tadley


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    Owners of car parks are responsible for making sure the car park is maintained so that it’s safe for the people who use it. This will include filling as well as patching holes and cracks. In addition, differences in the height from one part of the park to the other need to be gradual instead of being abrupt so that people don’t have to worry about tripping or being injured because they fell.


    Poorly maintained sidewalks can lead to someone needing an injury lawyer Tadley


    Generally, the property owners won’t be responsible for injuries that result from falling on public side-walks that are found outside their property. But there are some courts that are going to impose a liability on businesses for the injuries on side-walks that are used just by the customers of that store. In general, it’s a good idea for businesses to maintain their side-walks and make sure they’re safe for their customers to use. This means making sure that they are cleared off and that there is snow or ice and also making sure that there are no holes or other kinds of hazards in the side-walk.

    If you’ve been injured when you were shopping and you want to make a claim, one of the best things that you should do is to get a solicitor to help you with your claim. They are going to help you with finding out what happened and prove whether or not the person was responsible for your injuries. If you want some help with finding a solicitor, you can call us and will help you find the right solicitor.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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